Paint Night March 21st

Join us for Paint Night on Saturday, March 21st, 2020 from 6:30 – 9:30PM. Tickets are $10 per person and include snacks and soda. Pizza, beer, and wine will also be available for purchase. You won’t want to miss this fun event!

The Nature Company Comes to Fatima

The Nature Company came to visit Nursery through 2nd grade on the Friday of Catholic Schools Week. Mr. Collins brought several animal friends to visit including a bearded dragon, two hermit crabs, a corn snake, and a velveteen rabbit. The students had a wonderful time learning about these different animals and petting them. 

6th Grade goes to the Met

6th Grade has been studying the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China this year and went to the Met today to see exhibits from all four civilizations! One of our groups even had the chance to see some of Ancient Greece and Rome. Having the opportunity to make our Social Studies class come alive today was well-enjoyed by all!

The BioBus Returns!


The BioBus came back for a visit! Kindergarten had a great adventure this morning using microscopes. First they took a look at microscopic animals. Then they used a special microscope to investigate themselves like their hair, clothing, and skin!

A Christmas Carol by 5th Grade

The 5th grade put on a successful production of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. The students did an incredible job bringing the classic tale to life. Congratulations to all of the cast and crew!

2nd Grade Attends Theatrical Production of Peter Pan

The second grade was so excited to see the Theatrical Production of “Peter Pan. Before we went to see the play, we read the story of “Peter Pan” and learned all about the story. Prior to going we discussed the characters, setting, problem, solution. This gave the student ample knowledge preceding going to the play. After the Theatrical Production we made a vent diagram to compare and contrast the play to the book. Finally, we wrote a Persuasive Writing piece about which one we liked best. Most of the Second graders preferred the Theatrical Production.